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Re: Setting up a file server for a diskless X-Terminal



Les Mikesell wrote:
I think the eventual plan is to be able to install a normal distribution OS for any client you wish to boot to make it easier to run local apps and to maintain with updates. The current version has specially-compiled kernels and apps and only has versions for intel and ppc CPUs. The setup uses the MAC address range to detect Macs and boot the right kernel.

The k12ltsp (K12OSN) mail list is a good resource for thin client issues. http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn

That sounds more like what I want to do. I'll be keeping an eye on it.

LTSP seems to be very close to what I want. If it had better support for wireless networking, it would be pretty much what I want.

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Derek Tattersall                    tatters newsguy com


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